Luodai Ancient Town is located in the Longquanyi District of Chengdu. The town is a well-preserved ancient Hakka town in the suburbs of Chengdu. The old streets and Hakka houses in the town are well preserved. The old street is laid out as “one street and seven alleys.” There are shops on both sides of the street. The four convention halls (Guangdong Guild Hall, Jiangxi Guild Hall, Huguang Guild Hall, and North Sichuan Guild Hall) and the Hakka Museum retain the atmosphere of the Hakka.
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There is a blog town in Luo, which is actually the Luodai Hakka Culture Museum. It takes the history of the Hakkas' migration to Sichuan as the main line, and reproduces the spirit and unique cultural charm of Hakka people through pioneering elements, migration articles, entrepreneurial articles, fusion articles, and achievements.
Hakka is a stable and unique branch of the Han nationality. The Hakkas have formed their own unique history, culture and spirit in the trek of more than a thousand years, and have grown into a Hakka people with outstanding characteristics that are closely related to the Han people of the Central Plains and relatively independent. In order to distinguish them from the local Aboriginal people, they are called "Hakkas", and later become the local Han people's self-proclaimed.
The Bayu Hakka originated from the immigration movement of Huguang Filling Sichuan in the early Qing Dynasty. At that time, there were not only Hakkas but also immigrants from other provinces. Compared to the indigenous people of Sichuan, immigrants belong to the guest. In Sichuan, the guest is not equal to the Hakka. Only the Hakka immigrants and their descendants who have migrated from the border area of Fujian, Guangdong and Guizhou since the early Qing Dynasty have been specially made into Sichuan Hakkas.
Address: Luodai Town, Longquanyi District, Chengdu
Chengdu Luodai Ancient Town, the first Hakka town in the west
is located in Longquanyi District of Chengdu. It is known as the first town of Hakka in western China. The ancient town is Qingshiban Road, and the streets are lined with Hakka style. The trussed wooden building, each building in the blog town opposite the ancient town is a collection-level customization, and the blog town integrates the architectural styles of Sichuan, Chongqing, Hai, Jin and Hui. Every time you cross a street and a lane, there is a new scene.
Luodai Ancient Town is not far from the Chengdu, the most suitable for family to travel together, half a day of play, one day back and forth.
Food: Artemisia argyi, spicy rabbit head, nine bowls, spicy bean curd, cold noodles, hair twist, yellow jelly, oily goose and bowls, etc., roadside stalls There are a variety of freshly picked fruits and wild vegetables
Luodai South is 3.2 km from Longquan Station of Chengdu-Chongqing Expressway. Chengluo, Longhong and Longxin highways run through the whole territory. From Chengdu to Luodai, it takes only half an hour to get back and forth.
Chengdu Wugui Bridge take the 219 road to Luodai Central Station Longquan Bus Terminal by 850 to Luodai Central Station
Chengdu Xinnanmen Bus Station to Luodai Ancient Town, rolling every day, about one hour.
The ancient town is not big, there are Hakka Tulou Museum, Lingnan District, Hakka Food Street, the basic road can be finished.
When you eat, I recommend Hakka sad powder, it is really sad. There are many other snacks, you can try ~
1. Wufeng Building
3. Blog Building
4. Lamp Temple
Luodai Ancient Town is the most interesting ancient town I think.
It is not interesting about the ancient town, but on the outskirts of the ancient town, there is a Hakka family building, which should only be seen in Fujian.
Because of doing business, and because I miss my hometown, I walked up and down the building in a thousand miles.
It seems as if you can see the big fish jellyfish.
In Luodai Town, Longquanyi District, Chengdu, it has always been known as the Dongshan Heavy Town. The immigration movement in the late Ming and early Qing dynasties and the history of Huguang Filling Sichuan made these Hakkas from the foreign land in Sichuan Luodai. Rooted. After hundreds of years of prosperity, it has formed a unique Hakka custom and Hakka culture in Luodai Town. Therefore, Luodai Ancient Town also has the reputation of the first town of Hakka in western China.
There are many ancient towns in Sichuan. About 20 kilometers from Chengdu to the east, there is a Luodai ancient town in Longquanyi District. It is a famous tourist scenic spot around Chengdu. The ancient town has a long history and is about 2,000 years old.
According to historical records, Luodai Ancient Town was named "Wanjing Street" in the Han Dynasty. By the time of the Three Kingdoms, it was already very prosperous and changed its name to "Wanfu Street". The ancient town of Luodai was named after Liu Zhan, the master of the Shu Kingdom. The jade belt of Liu Adou fell into the octagonal well beside the town and was renamed as "falling belt", and later evolved into "loof belt".
The area of the ancient town is not too big, mainly a commercial street, there are many shops on the street, and a variety of foods are emerging. In addition to the taste of Sichuan, there are many Hakka cuisines.
The town has about 20,000 people, 90% of whom are Hakkas, and are known as the first town in the western Hakka. Luodai was called by the world as "the world's Luodai, the eternal Hakka."
This is an ancient street of Ming and Qing style architecture, retaining the pattern of one street and seven alleys. "One Street" consists of Shangjie and Xiajie. It is about 8 meters wide and 1200 meters long. It is high in the east and low in the west.
Qing Dynasty Time Luodai Ancient Town was renamed as Zizichang. There are many historical sites in the town. Guangdong, Jiangxi, Huguang, and Sichuan North Hakka Guild Halls, Hakka Museum and Hakka Park are located in it. It is a truly famous Hakka town. The hometown of the hall."